Sydney fascinates me. Adelaide is such a flat city, but Sydney is three-dimensional. It has bridges and tunnels and ramps and walkways everywhere. I love it. I have yet to capture that feeling in a photograph though, but I'm always on the lookout when I'm there.
This car park stairwell caught my eye while I was walking around Sydney recently. There was something about the exposed interior of the staircase and the brightly coloured doors and matching columns that was striking enough that I went back to get this photo at 1am when I had to be in a taxi to the airport at 5am.
Exposure: f/6.3 1/3s ISO400
Camera: PENTAX K10D
Lens: smc PENTAX DA 21mm F3.2 AL LIMITED
- Exposure, WB adjust in UFRAW
- Unsharp mask, slight tone map, crop in GIMP
- Perspective correction in Hugin